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corporate tacks. guys, you have been dave is next with forbes on fox. >> health care law back in the headline. the presidential debate and now we are fining out the obama administration is telling states to start adding more people on the medicaid doyle . some of you say that is black mailing state to make the healthcare law look success employ. weome to forbes on fox. we'll have elizabeth john and rick and vict toria and mark and rich. good to see you. emac, is it black mail? >> under the law. you will see half of the uninsured possibly going in through medicaid. the states administer medicaid and the deal with the federal government with the healthcare law, we will match a hundred percent of the cost. that will go down. if you don't do what we like we'll remove the federal fund the states, cops, fire men and teachers and transportation could get cut. >> mark, even supreme court roberts who liked the obama care and said it was not unconstitutional. but a state said who opts out stands to lose a small percentage of the medicaid funding but all of it. he said it is coercive . >
with melissa francis" is next. >> the complaint speaks for itself. flagrant violations of law here, misrepresentations to investors. representations they were conducting what they call a robust and intense due diligence process were all a slam. they didn't have effective due diligence process. we have internal documents reflecting that. melissa: that is new york attorney general eric schneiderman. i spoke with him about the new lawsuit he brought against jpmorgan over the financial crisis. we have more in a moment. charlie gasparino is here with breaking news on this story. here's what is also money tonight. president obama and mitt romney getting ready to face off in the first presidential debate. one man who didn't get an invitation? libertarian presidential candidate, gary johnson of the he will join us here live. >>> plus an influential coal miners union says it won't endorse president obama's slamming the administration's war on coal. will this be a deciding factor in the election? >>> houses of millionaires collecting unemployment checks? does that make sense to you? even whe
. gerri: well, the supreme court back in session for the first five sets up of obamacare as the law of the land. the president's landmark health care law may still come back to the high court. peter barnes is in d.c. with all the latest. >> reporter: well, the court issued an order today about a case called liberty university versus a geithner, secretary of the treasury. kind of under the radar. and now this case was a direct challenge to obamacare a couple of years ago. liberty university was one of the first organizations to file suit to try to stop it. a court of appeals shot down the case because of the anti in junction act of 1867. remember that? we talked about it at nauseam. the law that was passed after the civil war this said that a taxpayer cannot sue the government over any tax. in june even though the court upheld obamacare on a regular tax law, the high court ruled in part that the anti injunction act did not prohibit lawsuits against obamacare. did not prohibit them. so guess what. liberty, refiled for a rehearing with the court of appeals. the administration has 30 da
over again, senate candidates hammering the exploding debt, and at's health care law, same issues that help take the house back then. two key tea parties on same message will help republicans take senate back, americans for prosperity jenniffer sophano. >> if you didn't like the way that government was treating you as a citizen two years ago you must hate it now. 4 years of living under policies of barack obama have been devastating to americans, our families and our children's future, we have proof now, we're not talking about barack obama the man but the president and his policies could we are talking on the issues we can win on this. liz: katherina? >> you know the message still resonates, we need to remind people, people did not support obamacare before they passed, now that it is passed. we do not want it. and it the democrat party who single handedly are issuing largest tax hikes on middle class then we'll see in our life time. liz: talk about the new rasmussen survey with 54% of likely voters favors the repeal of the health care reform bill, what do you make of that? >> the
with environmental laws and despite that loss 10,000 jobs in the last few years. joining us is robert bryce with the manhattan institute and author of power hungry. he is our guy at "varney and company". welcome to the program. point by point. what subsidies does the wind industry get? >> at the federal law will one that is at issue is production tax credit two.two cents per kilowatt hour of electricity produced. it is a lot because in some markets now that subsidy seeks the market price of the electricity being produced by other generators so in some markets in texas the wind energy business is bidding negative prices and paying to put their electricity into the grid so they can collect them in a stuart: tax subsidies for, what our greater than any other form of energy. >> reports i releasing with man had an institute shows the subsidies for the wind industry are at least 12 times what is given to the oil and gas industry on punitive energy produced. stuart: next one. the preferences that they get around environmental laws. >> this just chaps' my hide. [talking over each other] >> i have b
biggest new law? answers are coming up next. gerri: there is one missing word from the obama campaign during this race. it is obamacare. but why is the president running from legislation that he desperately push for. with more on this, kimberly stossel, welcome to the show. it is weird that what is supposed to be the signature legislation of the president is nowhere in his statement. when you make of that? >> i have heard you just mentioned, and it is true, that more than half of americans disapprove of the law. it's a thicker visions are even more unpopular, it seems like the individual mandate, things like taxes on medical devices, so what you see the white house doing, they don't want to talk about this. what you see them doing is very few provisions in the bill that remain somewhat popular out there. republicans have kind of let them get away with that. gerri: they are both strange bedfellows. they came together to get obamacare put in place. recently, you talked about aarp, but i don't know about you, but you see them take over these bucolic streets, beautiful. but aarp is highly
. one of the first laws passed by the first congress back then. whether the defendant may be liable under those violations. a territory of a foreign sovereign. this is very important human right case that will determine whether or not victims of human right abuses can sue corporations in the united states for violations of the billion tort statute of 1789. the question -- it is no question if an billion, like an ambassador gets assaulted by an american citizen, this statute would apply. now justices are being asked if it should be much more expensive and evolving human right cases and foreign companies where there is no particular u.s. nexus. the justice has sounded skeptical of broadening this law, the application of this loss in these kind of cases. connell: peter barnes, thank you very much. dagen: you want even more on the supreme court. we have judge andrew napolitano talking with us about protecting the information on your cell phone. connell: that is coming up a little bit later on in the hour. one of the big name banks got a big write up over the weekend. we will tell you mo
you just mentioned, and it is true, that more than half of americans disapprove of the law. it's a thicker visions are even more unpopular, it seems like the individual mandate, things like taxes on medical devices, so what you see the white house doing, they don't want to talk about this. what you see them doing is very few provisions in the bill that remain somewhat popular out there. republicans have kind of let them get away with that. gerri: they are both strange bedfellows. they came together to ge obamacare put in place. recently, you talked about aarp, but i don't know about you, but you ee them take over these bucolic streets, beautiful. but aarp is highly partisan and the obama debate. >> yes, that is what we have discovered now. the house energy and commerce committee put out a new e-mail that they have gone from subpoenas when they looked at how obamacare was put together. one of theore revealing assets is the degree to which aarp, which makes you think that it is out there. they were taking orders from the obamwhite house, taking pressure, they were out there doing
, no new laws to limit unions rights if the constitutional amendment is approved and prevent michigan from ever becoming a right to work state and number three it could give unions the ability to mount endless, i mean, endless challenges to local governments. democrats and former lt. governor went head to head with the unions in part he did, perhaps also went head to head as well, but he did save the new york city transit system in the '80s and joins us now on the expertise of running a big state. welcome to the program. >> good to be back. >> if you were trying it run and upper echelons of government in michigan, would you want this constitutional amendment, given the unions this kind of power? >> i'm not an expert at this, but to the extent i read about it, no, i would not. i to not believe in constitutional or in some cases statutory restraints on the ability of the political process to produce a result. we've had serious problems and fiscal problems in most states. i think-- >> you don't want to see governments, state governments go heads to head with the unions. you want more after co
labor department told lockheed they do not need to abide by the law. telling lockheed it will cover potential legal costs if they incur any benpality, obama administration. clearly does not want those layoff notices delivered just days before the election. >> president obama downplaying expectations for wednesday's debate. saying he is an okay debater, according to a new washington post abc news poll, 55 percent of likely voters think that president will win this first debate, and 41% think that romney will win. joining me now, ed klein, author of "new york times" best seller "the amateur." great to see you, this is cute, the downplay, one of these, i can't think of another moment of modesty on the part of this president other than this example of trying to manage expectations. >> the golden-floated orator is bumbling,. lou: the idea he is such a heavy favorite to win the debate, that has to work in governor romney's favor. >> almost 6 out of 10 americans think that obama will take this debate, romney goes in as under dog with low expectations, if he does well, he will exceed those
to set up health care exchanges required in the present health care law. if the states don't do it, uncle sam well. this is going to make things even worse. what happens now? >> what happens now is the federal government has to step in. they have to fund these exchanges. the amount of money was not part of the original estimates. we have already doubled the original cost of implementing the aca. now, the price tag has gone up, but only in 13 states, and maybe not even. that is really concerning for debate that we we are having on how to bring the country down the deficit neutral. he was going to pay for this? this is a contradiction to what the president said before about not establishing a government run program. because that is exactly where we're headed. >> what would these exchanges supposed to do were ultimately going to do? >> well, these exchanges and the rules governing them were set up as a kind of trap or states. because basically they were told that you guys have a choice. you can set these exchanges up for the federal government will do it for you. then they looked at this and
others of course is obamacare, the new health care law. >> yeah. david: how are you planning, you're planning three new restaurants. how are you planning your payrolls? because a lot of your payroll will depend whether or not we have the full implementation of obamacare? >> that is a great question. we spent three hours on this last night. it is very opportune. the answer is we don't know. i can't believe he read 2700 pages. i'm given to no single individual read 2700 pages. so it's coming together. we're trying to plan for it. applebee's international has people on the ground full time in washington and they can't give us a direction. so how do you plan for it? that is the most difficult part for why business, i believe isn't moving forward because no one knows. no one knows what this is about. we can't put x value or y value on it and say what we project. we're working now on projections for next year, for 13. that's a big empty blank. lauren: i'm sick of that word, uncertainty. david: zane tankel. sorry you have to live with the uncertainty. >> thank you so much, david. david:
with law as it is now. the law says we have a fund a certain amount for retirements and for, for retiree health benefits. we're fully funded on retirements. we're overfunded by $11 billion in one of our accounts. we're trying to fund retiree health benefits, promises to your point made to people and that is part of what we're looking to do to make the law change. melissa: you have to cut labor costs. that is point three. 80% of the your cost is labor. you have to eliminate something like 100,000 people. are you going to be able to do that? >> we, in the year 2000, we had 800,000 people on the rolls. today we have 528,000. we already reduced the headcount by about 35 thousand people. we done it through attrition and done it maintaining infrastructure. same number of post office, five days of delivery. our people are much more product they have than they were today. our goal is to get to 400,000. you get 400,000. that is a five-day delivery. that pulls the costs down, makes us profitable and helps to us control long-term liabilities. melissa: so then, finally, i think you sort of have to m
there is no escape. we're hurting the economy. unless we change the laws, the regulations that implement them will state. lori: can you tell me or is it fair to suggest that these burdensome costs are actually shaving points of gdp? >> there is no question about that. again, if i told you there have been a $500 billion tax increase will be talking and howard slow gdp growth. we know the debt burden is slowing gdp growth. its other shock that we are crawling along at something under one-and-a-half percent because we have an economy that has to many burdens. large new spending programs, large debt, and now large regulatory burden. lori: the most costly federal agencies of the epa, department of housing and human services. ideas for cuts? baena we are locked in as we are talking about, but going forward . >> you have to go to the epa and ask a very, very serious question. what point have we crossed the line with a green agenda is crushing the jobs agenda. i think that is a place where we ought to start. think hard about has been going on for the past four years. again, if you go over to hhs the
they in particular could be violating u.s. laws. it fails to prove any wrongdoing but will refer cases to the fbi and justice department. in response, huawaei says despite our best effort the committee seems to have a predetermined outcome t employers many rumors and speculation that proves nonexistent accusations. this report is a high-profile and strong recommendation. it says, treasury's committee on foreign investment in the united states should block acquisitions, takeovers or mergers initiated by these companies. the treasury department has not responded to requests for comment. tracy? tracy: rich edson, thanks for following all that for us. >>> well tax reform is unwith with most devisive issues the presidential campaign with both president obama and gop nominee mitt romney sharing drastic revision tax code. the tax foundation examines romney's plan and how it could affect the economy and of course your tax bill. here is the president scott hodge. scott, give us the headline. is it good or bad for the economy. >> it is very good, tracy. when we analyze the plan using sort of a dynamic mode
-frank financial reform law. bank of america, j.p. morgan, morgan stanley all up about two and a half%. health care stocks up after romney recommitted to repealing obamacare. leading the sector of more than 3 percent, and the governor's support giving the sector a lift today. up nearly 8%. alpha natural resources, peabody, consol energy also appeared on the date. the market could have been just reacting to a recent economic news, the jobless benefits of 3,607,000 last week. lower than estimates. one day before tomorrow's september unemployment report. factory orders came in better than forecast, but still fell more than 5%, the biggest decline in more than three years the kind of world we live in now, that was actually better than what had been expected. retail chain stores reporting september sales above wall street expectations. oil up more than 4% on middle east supply concerns. crew selling at 9171. gasoline prices in california reaching record highs due to fuel shortages caused by a pipeline shutdown. well, excuse me one second year. forgive me. president obama hitting the campaign trail today
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last night, he said that he doesn't even know that there are such laws that encourage outsourcing, never heard of them. never heard of them. neil: he never heard of them because they don't exist. >> they don't exist. this president, admits his ignorance. neil: let me ask you about this sort of bravado the day after when many of his supporters were even hearing this today on the very, where was this yesterday? >> this president likes three things. he likes to go and campaign amongst his hand toes and democrats that come there to give him the echo chamber. he likes to raise money amongst people who are willing to pay to listen to him speak, and he likes to play golf. he was in one of those menus today. neil: we talk about moving the meal -- moving the needle. people cross these numbers and say overnight. obviously it's too soon. no discernible switch going on, although we are getting indications that there is no more falling of support. to use think in the end this is how allowing people who might have had a predisposed nasty view via commercials, adds, attacks on governor romney to
it lightly. even before the new health-care law goes into effect, a company that aims to make it easier call themselves these atos of health care. they navigate through the medical care insurance dealing in much more and alan joins us now. it is a total nightmare. >> completely. i have seen stories -- we started the business when i was sick. as a result of it. i was diagnosed with cancer in 2005 and the avalanche of health care hit me. everything from finding myself at eight doctors that were not communicating. four medical institutions we did not communicate and insurance bill left the personal right and center and insurance fraud by providers and 12 medications. >> you are from the bash your insurance company did not have a drug down there. >> the most outrageous fees. i was diagnosed with cancer and 500 people were diagnosed. it is between the heart and lung and helps you with immune system development. tracy: i had an anatomy charts to figure out. >> in the drop down menu and tried -- tracy: so now you have gone -- this is a total mess. i like the analogy that an attorney accountant -- i
. a law firm that those entrepreneurs and companies in south florida. welcome to the program. >> thank you. >> let's get this clear now, your business, your law firm works with small businesses and entrepreneurs. >> right. >> they come to you and say, hey, i've got a legal problem, a government problem. that happens. >> all the time. stuart: i want a list, what's are the problems they're running up against or into with the obama administration. >> first, the president doesn't appreciate the entrepreneur. the comments you didn't build it, that goes to the heart of it. let's talk specifics. specifically regulations, obamacare is a big heavy burden that was thrown on the entrepreneurs desk and saying, now comply. but no one read the bill when it was passed, 2000 page plus and now all the regulators are at it writing regulations around that bill. stuart: it doesn't apply to businesses with fewer than 50 employees. >> yeah, but look, small businesses are 50 plus as well and businesses who have 20 or 30 employees want to be 50 plus and that prevents them from being 50 plus. who would want to hir
of -- this happened about two years ago. she was working for a law firm. she now works in the attorney general's office. she essentially has brought over her work to file the same exact lawsuit on behalf of the new york attorney general at this time. eric snyderman is part of the obama have forced. the timing is a little suspicious. nonetheless, it is a little old at this point. we have a statement from jpmorgan. they say it relates to bear stearns. the complaint is entirely -- there were tumbleweeds rolling down the street with people bailing out. they took over bear stearns at this point in time. now they are being punished for it. they also say we are disappointed that the new york attorney general decided to pursue an action without an opportunity to rebut the claims. there is a lot of questions here about timing, about potential political motive. we will have the attorney general on "market now." the original charges are about to properly marketing the mortgage back securities. making them look like a are safer than what they are. it was one of the things that led to the financial crisis
night. so directly correlated after obama's healthcare overhaul law. we want to also take a look here at some of the insurers which are actually gaining today. we are seeing some of the arrows. to lou dobbs point, some pointing out we have broken out continuing to see momentum here to the upside. back to you. melissa: thank you so much. hewlett-packard taking a big type yesterday. continuing today. s&p analyst just cut his target. he said he had more than just the guidance that worries him. he will join us after the break. lori: we will show you some more winners and losers on wall street as we head to break. we will be right back. ♪ 0t[h7 the skin they were born with and say they'd die for darker skin. sadly, some actually do. change your thinking, not your skin. stop tanning. learn more at spotskincancer.org. ♪ lori: we are minutes away from getting an inside look at the fed reason for a third round of stimulus. first let's check in with sandra smith. did she hear us? sandra: we are live on the trading floor today. we have the minutes from the fed coming up in just a few minute
to implement portions of the dodd-frank financial reform law. the judge rejected regulations that would have capped the amount of positions a trader can hold and the size of that position in various commodities. the chairman of the cftc says he's disappointed by the ruling and the agency is looking for new ways to get their way. well, my next guest says the dismal economic news of the week remits no significant -- represents no significant change, just more of the same as the economy continues to slip. joining us now, wall street legislate, his tore your, lures lerman. lou, i'm looking at the number, and the dow jones industrial, and this is stunning stuff. up almost 10%, 9.8%, year-to-date. the s&p up 14.56%. the nasdaq up almost 20%, up 19.62%. these are incredibly glorious numbers. aren't you happy? [laughter] >> well, i'm happy about the results. of course, for everybody who profited by it, but unhappy about the techniques by which the market has been floated into, you know, 10%-15% increases in value. this is a federal reserve system money machine blowing lots of liquid air calmed feedb
prohibited in the law. but let's go back to what governor romney indicated, that under his plan he would be able to cover people with pre-existing conditions. well, actually governor, that isn't what your plan does. what your plan does is to duplicate what's already the law which says if you are out of health insurance for three months, then you can end up getting continuous coverage, and an insurance company can't deny you if you've, if it's been under 09 days. -- 90 days. but that's already the law. and that doesn't help the millions of people out there with pre-existing conditions. there's a reason why governor romney set up the plan that he did in massachusetts. it wasn't a government takeover of health care, it was the largest expansion of private insurance. but what it does say is that, insurers, you've got to take everybody. now, that also means that you've got more customers. but when governor romney says that he'll replace it with something but can't detail how it will be, in fact, replaced and the reason he set up the system he did in massachusetts because will isn't a better w
crossroads, because i want to talk to them more often. >> his name is steven law. he was the ceo of american crossroads, and a very able guy. lou: i got you. until then, if it's all right, we'll just stick with you. is that all right? >> all right. >> in ohio, around the country, we're looking at the wall street journal reporting $150 million raised last month for the obama campaign. we'll told by the romney campaign theirs is going to be impressive, but we don't have any numbers. do you have a sense that the romney campaign is keeping pace with that extraordinary fundraising result for the president's campaign? >> you know, i don't know the numbers, but my suspicion is that that's a very impressive number by president obama, and while he was, in essence, his cash on hand began to dwindle starting in may had he spent all the money on tv, this is going to get way in the weeds, but it's very important. if you're obama or romney, the money that you have in your own campaign treasury is the money most easy to spend with the biggest impact, and you're guaranteed, if you're obama or romney in gett
to democrats after state officials cannot enforce the new voter id law in the presidential election. the ruling expected to appeal to the state supreme court but because we are five weeks from election day, could easily be the final word on that wall. designed to keep minority voters and typically voting democrat away from the polls but republicans argue it is needed to prevent voter fraud. "washington post" calling out the obama campaign saying it is time to retire one of the presidents familiar talking points. >> governor romney believes with even bigger tax cuts for the wealthy and fewer regulations on wall street all of us will prosper. in other words he doubled down on the same trickle-down policy that lets the crisis in the first place. ashley: according to the "washington post" that statement deserves no kill us because it did not cause a financial crisis, several others are to blame including the housing bubble and use of financial derivatives not to mention the president himself extend the bush tax cuts in 2010. republicans a big hit with political donors connected to the nfl. nfl play
by both companies throughout the entire investigation. reporter: because the chinese law allows them to provide access to information they obtain, lawmakers are urging them to stop doing business with them. >> only look at what is at stake and what critical infrastructure we would open up to the very threat of both cyberespionage and potential cyberattack, if her adversary so desires, we can come to no other conclusion. reporter: it has played out against the backdrop against china's misbehavior. >> we will crack down on china, they cheat him to have stolen our jobs, we have brought more trade cases against china in one term than the previous administration did in two. reporter: roger says the investigation also uncovered information that could lead to several criminal charges, including a significant bribery case that will be handed over to the fbi on tuesday. lou: shannon, this is remarkable. this report, the 60 minutes piece last night, it is really a compelling story. but it does look to be peculiar in its timing, given the presidential election as it approaches and the fact that
for itself. the flagrant violations of law here, the misrepresentations to investors, the representation that they were doing were all a sham. we have internal documents reflecting that. we have substantial evidence. melissa: i think their argument for why that would be in the second statement for this date they acquired over the course of the weekend, this company at the hands of the u.s. company. they feel like they were forced to buy this company at a time the country's financial system was falling a part and in essence, no good deed goes unpunished. that is their argument. how do you respond to that? >> i have high regard for a lot of folks over there. with all due respect, they bought this company with a $29 billion taxpayer loan. if anything, i think the people, and most of america, feel like they were too few strings on the banks failed out by tarp. they know that acquired the assets and liabilities. we would send a terrible precedent if we said, phone, you know what, some people will get busted for material misrepresentation and fraud and some folks will get a pass. we cannot do
? as compared to current gdp your under current law? we are under much higher levels than before. to thing surprised me. obama's said social security doesn't have a problem. it needs tweeting. it is underfunded $8 trillion and he also said his idea was not that different than governor romney's. especially since the president has not said much but when the president compared himself to bill clinton because he supported tough budget controls and reform welfare and did not expand entitlements. neil: that was the golden opportunity for mitt romney to say you are no bill clinton. but maybe would welcome this would romney said i will cut tax rates i will limit deductions and allowances. rethink of the rich guys around the country saying i know you would substantially cut taxes but i wonder doesn't come back to hurt? i don't know this 5 trillion or billion but is striking a surprising reaction. >> the $5 trillion tax cut number is bogus. neil: where did they get it? >> he said he wanted 20% across the board rate cut but they did not consider he would eliminate deductions and credits and exclusion
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politicians have done. when you're not in charge of the facts, just take over. we have an expression in law school, when you don't have the facts or the law with you, raise your voice. and he just took over, ran over the moderator, ran over the president, and the president just looked like he was holding him in utter contempt. i'm surprised the president didn't look at his watch like george bush did. i don't know what happened except there are times i suppose when there's just some things that you just can't do, and you know, this president will remind you and me as well that he's president of the united states. i don't know whether anybody has ever talked to him the way mitt romney has, especially a mitt romney. dagen: you make it sound like it was ugly. it wasn't ugly. at times congressman and you can agree or disagree it looked like the president just thought it was beneath him to be there. he was like i'm the leader of the -- i'm the president. why do i need to debate this guy? >> i will take it one step further and that is that the things that mitt romney has said to make it appear as
of financial industry. the regulation of the financial industry was all-time high. we had three new laws sarbanes-oxley, the patriot act, the privacy act, what we had was misregulation. what caused the financial crisis was the federal reserve in early 2000 trying to avoid a correction, made us all think we were wealthier than we are which caused us to overconsume. that ended up in housing, massive bubble in housing market. dagen: how much has the federal reserve created for the country just four years out, do you think? >> i think it's scary. it may work out, but we're going to be lucky. this really reminds me of the 60s and 70s. the lead time on inflation is long. and people don't realize that. by the way, qe 3 or all these qes are simply the federal reserve printing money. they like to make it obscure but all they are doing is printing money. dagen: thanks to former bb&t ceo john allison. scary is the operative word. connell: but a good interview. we have sir richard branson coming up in the hour, talking about when you should go to school or if you should skip class to start a company
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